College students, Black
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of official records and associated material of approximately ninety clubs and organizations (excluding fraternities) affiliated with Amherst College from its founding in 1821 to the present time. Included are founding records, minutes, financial records, membership lists, clippings, publications, correspondence, reports, photographs and other materials.
Herman A. Greenberg (AC 1930), Reminiscences on Professor [Herbert] Friedman (Instructor in Biology, 1927-1929), 1982 May 6
Subject coverage: Friedman's travels and earlier career, Professor Otto C. Glaser (Chairman of the Biology Department), Dean Frederick Woodbridge, Jewish representation at Amherst College, The exclusion of Jews from fraternities, Mr. Tilford and his time after Amherst, the S.S. Soufley, black students at Amherst, the residential situation for non-fraternity students, Harvard Law School, Bull Warren, interactions with Harvard undergraduates.
Contains correspondence and other materials of the many panels, committees, and events that Hawkins was involved in. Highlights include SCLC's SCOPE project (in which Martin Luther King Jr. participated), which includes an audiotape of speeches, newspapers, and more. Several Amherst College academic committees are included, such as the Task Force on Admission and Financial Aid.